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At least in appearance. She had as foul a mouth and good a mind as any man at
Harvard and said she didn't give a shit who knew it. She and Edith made a team
more formidable than most men wanted to tangle with. Phillip Holtzman seemed
Always about the same thing: Edith wanted Phillip to take over the family
business; Phillip wanted to strike out on his own. He'd always been a scholarship
student and Edith's money had never been much of a plus in his eyes. But more
"Superb," Phillip said then. "Absolutely superb." Eric waited, not understanding. "
Would have beaten Tilden, would have beaten Vines, finest service in the history
of the game." "That was Pancho Gonzales, Phillip," Doctor Horn put in quietly.
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Cleverly constructed and compulsively readable. When people talk about the difference between literature and genre fiction, Goldman, who wrote The Princess Bride and Marathon Man, is the sort of ... Read full review